When economists model climate impacts, they look to what past weather shocks have done to the economy. But this does not remotely capture what climate change could do.
Space mining and the need to deal with space junk are set to be major developments over the next decade, say UNSW experts.
The arts festival in Warwick, Queensland, curated by UNSW Sydney researchers, brought hope to people dealing with the devastating impact of youth suicide.
New research suggests close to one in three deaths in inpatient psychiatric care in New South Wales were due to self-harm or potentially avoidable medical conditions.
The Low and Middle Income Tax Offset was a flawed idea. Now that it’s gone, our tax bills are up to $1500 higher.
It’s time to reconsider our relationship with the dingo. By collaborating and drawing from both Indigenous and Western knowledge, we can find ways to live in harmony with our apex land predator.
Education segregation could continue for Australia’s young people for at least another generation – and possibly longer – in light of the disability royal commission recommendations.
Scientia Professor Martin Green has been elected to the United States National Academy of Engineering for his work in solar energy development.
Extreme heat and bushfires bring unique challenges for someone with dementia. Here’s how we can all play a part in helping them stay safe and cool this spring and summer.
An academic with expertise in flying and psychology wants to change the way young people learn to drive.